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RC10B64D Team Kit
It all started with a 1-2-3 sweep
In 2007, the RC10B44 swept the podium at the I.F.M.A.R. World Championships. Since then, Team Associated's first 1:10 scale 4WD buggy has held a dominant place at the front of the field. The B44 platform has gone on to win numerous National and International titles and added two more I.F.M.A.R. World Championships to its legacy in 2011 and 2013.
Speed, grip, and durability
Designed to take advantage of today's faster-than-ever tracks, the RC10B64D Team Kit offers increased durability, all new suspension geometry, a wider tuning window, improved weight distribution, and easy maintenance. Excelling on high-traction surfaces, the B64D's adjustable axle height and roll centers result in a stable yet nimble platform. With a new and improved center differential, the B64D rewards the driver with maximum drive out of all four wheels on dirt and clay surfaces.
This vehicle needs extra parts to make it operational. Click on the SPECS tab above to see what extra equipment you'll need to make the vehicle operational, such as motor and battery pack.
Prototype shown. Due to ongoing R&D, photos may not match final kit. RC10B64D Team Kit shown equipped with items NOT included in kit: Reedy motor, Reedy battery, Reedy ESC, Reedy servo, XP receiver, pinion gear, wheels, tires, and inserts. Body comes clear. Assembly and painting required.
Robust suspension arms with multiple shock mounting positions
7075 hard-anodized narrow aluminum chassis with lightweight plastic side guards
Aluminum floating motor mount allows consistent torsional chassis flex
Aluminum/carbon fiber floating servo mount offers a tweak-free assembly
Easy access to differentials allow quick tuning and maintenance
Front and rear anti-roll bars provide flat cornering
Center gear differential maximizes drive out of the corner
12mm aluminum drive hexes in both front and rear
Stiff and lightweight 4mm thick carbon fiber shock towers
Fully adjustable aluminum front and rear suspension arm mounts
Precision-made aluminum caster blocks for added durability
B6 generation ball cups and turnbuckles for precise adjustments and durability
All metric hardware
V2 12mm big bore threaded aluminum shocks with TiN shock shafts
Option to mount rear shocks on either the front or rear of the rear suspension arms
Factory Team upgraded ball bearings
Team Associated clear body and screw-mounted wing by JConcepts
Factory Team Aluminum Shock Bushings provide a stable shock mount base
RC10B64D Team Kit
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PETITRC was also present at the 2016 TOP GUN at Norcal Hobbies. Some great pictures with a great race!
PETITRC était présent sur une nouvelle course aux USA, version TT. De belles photos à découvrir....
PETITRC was at the 2016 Speedworld cup in USA few weeks ago. We are pleased to present you our best pictures of this great moment.
PETITRC était présent à la 2016 Speddworld Cup aux Etats-Unis il y a quelques semaines. Voici un album de nos meilleurs clichés.
Album : https://petitrc.smugmug.com/2016-SpeedWorld-Cup
Last weekend was the end of year Juniors and Vets Championships.
Many top quality drivers compete at these events. Some of the superstars of today actually did these events for years.
Those guys are now all older and the Vets have become a tough competition to win.
New Juniors are coming through and they are super quick too.
Well I am not Junior so it was the Veterans class for me. To compete here one will need all their knowledge, skills and a lot more as everyone is experienced and know what to do.
The event was held at Burry Metro just above Manchester. An all Astro track with jumps, camber corners and very technical to get right. A 500 mile round trip for me and I have never raced at this track before. Weather conditions were awful all weekend. Rain rain, wind wind and a continuous bombardment of horrid weather.
The 2wd event held on the Saturday and the 4wd on the Sunday.
My 2wd car was super good all day. As it tried to dry out it was super competitive and I was using the laydown transmission soon available from Serpent. Superb forward traction. While I was also racing I was constantly testing like I do these days and I was running my car super light at 1520g all up. Very agile and managed to make the main A final easily. I wasn’t quick enough for the win but was in contention all the way in the finals. Enjoyed 2wd very much and TQed the V50 class and Won and retained the 2wd title for another year.
I had some advice from one of our local Serpent guys that runs the SRX4 here and some changes were necessary. Car was also very good in the Yuk weather conditions. Track was drying out quick through the day as the rain eased off. Unfortunately that took my advantage away and was not able to complete for a win today. Took the TQ and Win for the V50 class again though and once again double V50 champ for the UK.
The 2016 European Championships where held in Valladolid, Spain. It was a dirt track and the jumps where covered by astroturf. After the warm up race the club removed the stone parts of the track and filled it with dirt. It made the track much better for 1/10Electric racing then before.
Monday started with 7 Rounds of free practice. My Team Orion powered Serpent was great and only needed some small tweaks due the hot tempratures, after practice I was 2nd. Tuesday were another 2 Rounds of controlled practice and 3 Rounds of qualifying. I was able to TQ the 1st Round, 2nd in Round 2 and another TQ in the 3rd Round. That gave me the overnight TQ going into the finals day on wednesday. I could TQ the 4th Round, but Neil Cragg got the 5th Round and was 0.1sec faster then my time and I was only 2nd Overall.
The finals. A1 I had a good start but, 3rd place driver tried to pass me but we crashed. I fall back to 3rd, but worked my way back up to 2nd.
A2 This time I was very close to Neil after the start and I could follow him around closly until he made a mistake over the triple, which gave me the lead. I never looked back and took the leg victory.
A3 The deciding leg. A clean start and I was again close at Neil´s back, I tried to follow him again. After the bridge, I had slighlty more speed, but it was no room to try a pass on Neil, so I decided to brake harder that we not crash, but unfortunately I braked to hard and spun out. After that I had no chance to take the win anymore. Overall I finished 2nd place in 2WD with the new version Serpent Spyder SRX2.
4WD again 7 Rounds of free practice. My car was very good for a 5min run. Overall after practice where the best 2 laps counted I was 5th. Going into qualifying on Friday I was very confident with my hole package. In Round 1 I got a 2nd place, Round 2 a 5th place and 4th in Round 3. Overall I was 3rd after 3 Rounds.
I had more pace in my package then this, but always small issues held me back.
On Saturday, the day started out good with a 2nd place in Round 4 and a 3rd in Round 5. Overall I stayed in 3rd place.
A1 I should started in 3rd, but as the others had issues before the start 3rd was actually the TQ spot. I was able to build a gap to the others over the first couple laps and take the win.
A2 I had a few small mistakes over the run and finished 2nd place. Which already secured a podium spot.
A3 I knew I needed to win this final to take the Overall victory. I had a very good start and could pass Neil on the second corner. After that I was right at the back of Bruno for a coupe of laps until I passed him on the inside before the chicane. Bruno made an error and fall back to 4th. I had a 3 seconds lead over Neil with 2 min to go. I knew I just need to keep it on the wheels and I would take the 4WD European Title. That was exactly what happend and I was crowned the new 4WD European Champion after coming so close in 2WD. My Serpent Spyder SDX4 shaftdrive production prototype worked very well !!
Thanks to all my Sponsors, without their support it wouldnt be possible to archieve such great results.
Notre site s'est fait hacker hier samedi 20/08/2016 et nous avons ainsi rencontrer de nombreux dysfonctionnements afin de rétablir tout à la normal.
Force est de constater que la réparation n'a pu est opérationnelle à 100% malheureusement. C'est la raison pour laquelle, la sauvegarde de la base de données du forum repart sur Novembre 2015 (seule sauvegarde ayant réussie, les dernières n'ont pas abouties).
Veuillez nous excuser pour la gène occasionée et les données perdues. Merci de votre compréhension.
We often have people ask us, what is the super light buggy? What is it about? Is it replacing the e-buggy as we know it? We have decided to make this article so we make things clear!
What is the super light car?
Tekno RC EB48SL car is based on our very successful EB48 buggy. It islighter, more nimble, more affordable, using the same electronics as theSCT410.3 truck, it is pure fun!
Is it here to replace the EB48.3 buggy?
The answer is simple, No. Super light buggies are a different class, they excel in different conditions compared to the EB48.3
What are the main advantages of the EB48 SL buggy?
10th scale handling, 8th scale durability (that's what we all want, right?).
Lower cost for electronics (SCT motor and ESC, 2s batteries).
Shares 90% of the SC410.3 parts.
Lighter and not as much power, safer on indoor tracks, less impact on the track surface.
The 10th Off-Road 2016 calendar dates are now available and confirmed by all clubs.
Starting with the British Open Championships in February, then 6 exciting National weekend events with a new club hosting a National, its exciting times.
Also the end of season final events have been reformed to now hold the Juniors and Vets together in holiday August time.
The F2 and F3/4/5s will now be held on the same day and run as separate events called the Formula Championships.
No special time off needed for the Juniors so get them all booked in and with the growing class of the Vets, they can compete at the F2s too. Great stuff happening in 2016.
Who’s your favourite!!
Click to Download Calendar in PDF Format
The new Awesomatix A800 is hitting the stores shortly and soon many new lucky owners will enjoy it.
It is a departure of the shaft driven layout following now the trend of 2 belt driven cars.
Although a proven choice, Awesomatix has chosen to explore even further the posibilities to improve weight distribution and maximize the performance potential of the car.
By placing the spur gear on the right side (battery side) of the car, it allows to put the motor by 2mm further to the centre of the car as well as give direct access to the spur gear without the requirement of removing belts or upper deck. More on this later.
The entire transmission has been designed with the goal to be the lightest and most efficient possible. Low friction belts and pulleys help to achieve these goals as well as better reliability is achieved through the use of specific materials and well thought design.
Three chassis options are available. Here you can see the two of them. The one on top is a very nice aluminium hard anodized scratch resistant chassis with a lot of milling and a 3D shape where a concave effect is visible at the bottom of the chassis. This has proven to perform very well in many different conditions on carpet racing.The carbon chassis is a standard design with symmetrical milling on both sides of the main axis to produce even flex characteristics
merci pour l'info Steph ;-).
en fait en TT, pour les accu, il nous faut du SHORTY, et en LRP, cela ne court pas les rues lol.
et pareil pour le combo moteur/vario, il est difficile de trouver des magasins qui en vendent.
Pas mauvaise idée...
Chris', le pb entre la piste et le TT est que chacun a son propre "phénomène" de mode... c'est assez drôle d'ailleurs... ainsi en piste côté moteur/lipos on voit bcp de PRT/LRP... alors qu'en TT ça va être plus diversifié un peu de tout en moteur, peu de lipos LRP mais du Gens, RC Concept, Orion... probable que le fait que le couple moteur/esc/lipos soit bcp plus "critique" en piste d'où LA route quasi unique suivie par bcp...
Pour moi, je persiste : Trinity = valeur sûre en moteur... depuis plus de 20 ans en ce qui me concerne... MAIS je respecte les autres marques et surtout les CHOIX de chacun, se faire plaisir c'est quand même le principal !!
D'abord, merci pour vos réponses.
Ensuite, concernant les PRT, je connais pas mal de truc à leur sujet ainsi que le fabricant, mais je ne compte pas le prendre.
Du coup, j'était entre le Orion et le LRP, mais vu ce que vous en dites, je pense que je vais prendre LRP et attendre les version StockSpec des nouveaux X22.
De base, j'avais un X20 10.5T StockSpec qui allait très bien au début (maintenant il faut vraiment que je change le rotor) donc je vais rester dans la même marque vu que je connais un peu plus le machin.
J'en profite pour relancer le sujet
et pour TT 1/10° 4x2, vous pensez que PRT et TRINITY sont au dessus du lot par rapport à ORION.
Perso, j'ai un ORION 13.5T VST2 (pas le Light Weight ou le Magnesium) pensez vous que dans ma catégorie aussi, un PRT ou un 24K seraient plus performants ?
Les orions sont de bon moteurs mais trinity et PRT sont encore mieux !
PRT c'est très bon mais attention ça chauffe beaucoup ! dur de finir un pack avec une vitesse convenable en dessous de 80°C ! je crois qu'on y met du 65° de timing avec du 10 en ratio, c'est des moteurs qui tournent vite.
Trinity reste le must pour moi, mais attention le Monster n'est qu'un 24K relooké, ils ont juste mis une 3eme vis sur la plaque timing pour que ça tienne mieux. Perso je prendrai un Monster vu que le vert est ma couleur préférée héhé.
LRP c'est un des meilleur rapport qualité/prix.
En ce moment je roule Corally et c'est pas ce qu'il y a de mieux, moyen en vitesse de pointe et moyen en accélération, en memem temps c'est un moteur à 70€ comparé a des trinity à 100€ ^^
Après c'est assez équivalent tous ces moteur quand on les regarde sur la piste, alors tout reste ton choix ^^